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Report: Melaleuca and others contribute to anti-Mayor Rebecca Casper campaign

Campaign finance reports came out this morning in Idaho Falls.

The ‘Businesses for Growth’ campaign that is sponsoring the anti-Mayor Rebecca Casper billboards has raised $15,000.

You can view our previous story on the billboards HERE. They don’t promote a candidate. They just say ‘Anybody but Casper’ who is the incumbent mayor.

KIFI/KIDK learned today of the $15,000 raised, most comes from companies tied to Doyle Beck and Bryan Smith.

Specifically, of the 9 contributors, the first five are tied to Doyle Beck for $5,000. The company C4 Hundred business filing in Montana is below. It is owned by Beck.
Melaleuca Company contributed about $5,000 to the anti-Mayor Rebecca Casper campaign in radio and billboard advertising. Frank Vandersloot owns Riverbend Communications, which is Classy 97, Z103 and East Idaho News.

You can find the campaign finance report below.

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